Further evidence on the NSU’s robberies.
Today the court was to hear further witnesses on the bank robbery in October 2006. However, before they could be called, the trial was interrupted for some time as the Wohlleben defense wanted to challenge all judges for alleged bias. This challenge is, like many before it, obviously without merit: towards the end of one of its decisions denying motions for evidence by victims’ counsel, the court had not used the phrase “the crimes the accused are charged with”, but instead used “the crimes of the accused” – an infelicitous phrasing, but obviously no sign for a pre-judgment on the guilt of the accused. Continue reading